July 24, 2017 Amy Reasoner

How Signing Up for a Prayer Challenge Could Help You Intercede for Eurasia

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Do you ever struggle to be consistent in your prayer life?

Sometimes, when I sit down to pray, there are so many needs on my heart that I know I’m bound to forget at least a few. Other times, I want to pray, but I don’t know where to begin. It’s as if everything I want to pray about has completely flown from my mind.

One of the things that helps me is to have a list, something to consult every day, to help me know how to pray. It also helps for me to pray at regular times – when I first get up in the morning, after lunch, and when I’m putting my kids to bed.

If you’re anything like me, I bet you could use some help to pray for the people and workers in Eurasia more regularly. That’s why we offer prayer challenges. It’s super easy to sign up for a prayer challenge with Eurasia community. Just go here and fill out your information, and we’ll send updates and ways to pray straight to your inbox every day for month.

You can even choose what part of Eurasia you’ll receive updates for: Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, or Eurasia Northwest (which we’ll be featuring on the blog next month). You can even sign up to receive challenges for all four areas if you really want to intercede for all of Eurasia.

When we say we couldn’t do this without you, or that prayer changes things, we aren’t just throwing those out as clichés. We really do believe that God is moved to act on behalf of his people when his saints lift up their voices in prayer. And we really believe that even if you’re not physically serving in Eurasia, that your prayers can have a great impact for the kingdom of God there.

So, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for praying with us. We truly couldn’t do this without you.

(Want even more encouragement to pray? Receive updates from the Eurasia Community blog here – we’ll be sharing more soon about a special product we’re unveiling in just a few weeks!)

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